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  However, if you connect via the wireless network, you will not be able to browse the list of queues. You can still print, but will have to add the printer queue to your laptop manually:
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Linux

On Linux laptops, both the KDE and GNOME window managers have printer setup utilities. The general information you need is:
  • The printer protocol is IPP.
  • The printer (or "print server") is print.nevis.columbia.edu
  • The "print queue" is printers/bw-research (for example)
  • If you have to type in a URI for the above information, it is (for example) ipp://print.nevis.columbia.edu/printers/bw-research (for example).
 

Macintosh

  • Go to System Preferences.
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  • Click on "Print & Fax".
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  • Click on "Printers & Scanners".
 
  • Click on the "plus" sign (+) to add a printer.
  • The method is IP.
  • The protocol is "IPP", the Address is print.nevis.columbia.edu
  • The queue is printers/bw-research (or other printer name instead of bw-research).
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Linux

On Linux laptops, both the KDE and GNOME window managers have printer setup utilities. The general information you need is:
  • The printer protocol is IPP.
  • The printer (or "print server") is print.nevis.columbia.edu
  • The "print queue" is printers/bw-research (for example)
  • If you have to type in a URI for the above information, it is (for example) ipp://print.nevis.columbia.edu/printers/bw-research (for example).
 

CUPS direct (Mac and Linux)

On both Macs and Linux laptops, if the printer setup utilities seem a bit confusing, you might try to access CUPS directly:
  • Open a web browser (you're running one now, aren't you?) and use this URL: <http://localhost:631>.
 
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